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PA child at Daycare
I've never posted on here before. I don't have a PA kid, but I work at a daycare with a 5 year old with severe peanut and tree nut allergy. When she started her mom told us two snacks we could give her-Great Value honeybuns and Hostess powdered donuts. Our daycare cook has always been really great at keeping PA child's snacks seperate and reading labels and allergy warnings. I have noticed though that she is giving PA child different snacks than we were told she could have. She always reads all of the ingredients and allergy warnings, but I'm a bit nervous that we're feeding the child snacks that we weren't told we could.
Cook is giving her snack cakes from Great Value, Chips Ahoy cookies, and Whales crackers.
Does this sound okay to any of you? Cook insists that these snacks are safe for PA child and she is very careful with what she feeds her. Any thoughts on this from those of you who deal with this on an everyday basis? Thanks!
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